What a dull image. He's not even hurtling into an asteroid field or anything. It may as well be a picture of a bloke on a bus.
I think I just wanted to do an Astro Andy ship interior. Probably thinking about the Star Trek movie. I haven't seen it yet. Reviews seem to be positive all across the board and yet, from actual people, I'm hearing a few negatives.
I love classic Star Trek. I'm not going to apologise for that. The characters mean a lot to me.
But, you know, no matter what I think of the film when I get to see it, at this point, Star Trek is dead. The franchise ran itself into the ground years ago. You'd have a very hard time finding even a rabid Trekkie who didn't draw the line somewhere and say that a large percentage of Star Trek is complete rubbish.
And, as far as the original series goes, a couple of cast members are dead and the rest are old enough for us just to say, let it go. Star Trek's time has passed.
So, even if I watch the movie and think, "well this isn't Star Trek," nothing is lost. Or I could love it and then it's a whole new beginning.
Of course nobody will ever replace Shatner. That man is a god. Let's be clear on that.
So it's the weekend. I'm flicking through the music channels, trying to avoid P-P-P-Poker Face P-P-P and so on. It's not easy. Seems to be either that song or Beyonce trying to put me to sleep.
Did the banks ever collapse? I haven't been keeping track of what's going on but I'm a little disappointed society hasn't fallen apart yet.